LeBron James Dissappointed With The Reporters

LeBron James
LeBron James

LeBron James said to journalists on Wednesday that he questioned why he wasn’t questioned about a photograph taken at the Little Rock Nine protests of the owners of the Dallas Cowboys: It appears to have recently been buried.

LeBron James is criticizing the media for asking him regarding Kyrie Irving’s contentious remarks but remaining silent on a picture of Jerry Jones taken since the Little Rock Nine protests.

The thirty-seven-year-old NBA great, who has become more outspoken in recent times about racial injustice, spoke out during a post-game media briefing on Wednesday about what appeared to be a dual standard in relation to 2 recent sporting events controversies.

LeBron James said that he was thinking about why he has not got questions from the Journos about the photos that recently came to light. However, when it was Irving, they were very quick all the questions they had.

LeBron James Was Dissappointed With Reporters Asking About Kyrie Irving But Neglecting Jerry Jones:

The LA Lakers forward made reference to a article from the Washington Post published last week that featured a picture of a then-teenage Jones standing next to a group of white pupils who were blocking the way of 6 Black students trying to enter their classroom in North Little Rock, Arkansas, in 1957. This was during the early years of integration.

James compared the response to Irving’s incident, wherein the NBA player got suspended by the Nets for 5 games without compensation after endorsing an antisemitic 2018 film, to the media portrayal of the Jones picture.

After the Cowboys’ Thanksgiving Day match v the NY Giants, the team’s owner provided more details about the picture to reporters.

However, LeBron James said that being a fan of the Dallas Cowboys now is never going to be a right call for the people.

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